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29 Properties:

$799,999

Custom designed home & barn on over 9 private acre

9.5 acres
42 Lover Lane Killingworth CT 06419  |  Middlesex County
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Equestrian lovers take note of this 9 acre sprawling estate w/exquisite, custom designed home & climate controlled custom designed 53x38 2000 sf barn for the horse/animal owner who knows what they wa...
Eileen Boulay, William Pitt Sothebys Intl Realty
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$2,950,000

Prime Sharon Farmland

187.33 acres
Former Paley Farm - Millerton Road, Sharon, CT Sharon CT 06069  |  Litchfield County
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This Connecticut Land for Sale was panoramic views and 187 acres of prime Sharon CT farmland. Land drops on the West to a wooded area that would make a beautiful building site subject to approval by D...
Scott Morris, Elyse Harney Real Estate LLC
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$49,900

RT 197 lot 1

1.06 acres
RT 197 Woodstock CT 06281  |  Windham County
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Level and open building site, somewhat private approved lot complete with conceptual site plan, country location on state maintained road for easy access. Great pasture type soils for lush lawns and g...
Dennis Duga, Northeast Realty
$79,900

00 Pole Bridge Rd

18 acres
00 Pole Bridge Rd Woodstock CT 06281  |  Windham County
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Pristine acreage in a serene, unique & secluded area of off the grid of large parcels. Great for a getaway spot away from people & fabulous hunting. Discontinued Rd not maintained by the town w/no uti...
Dennis Duga, Northeast Realty

Connecticut Land Info

Farms for sale incorporate everything from industrial-scale farm acreage in the Midwest’s farming heartland to small hobby and horse farms for sale from Alabama to Wyoming. Of the country’s estimated two million farms, Texas numbers the most farms followed by Missouri, Iowa and Oklahoma. Farmland in the U.S. produces estimated agricultural exports worth over $135 billion annually, with crop farms, cattle farms and dairy farms employing over 750,000 workers. According to Statista.com, the total real-estate value of farming land in the U.S. is approximately two trillion U.S. dollars.

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